Actress, Salma Mumin, has said in an interview with Delories Frimpong Manso on the Delay Show that she has pulled down the veil of being a Muslim and instead converted to Christianity.
“The truth is I go to church, I believe that the fact that I come from a Muslim family does not mean that I should also follow suit. It also does not mean that I cannot go to church. We are all serving the same God,” she noted.
When asked by Delay whether she believes in Jesus Christ, a joyous looking Mumin answered “Yes I have taken Christ as my Lord and personal savior and I believe I can only be saved through Him.”
As to when she made that decision, the actress replied “I changed from Muslim to Christianity ever since I started growing up. By birth, I am a Muslim but I chose to go to church.”
Salma has been in the movie industry for about 5 years. She was adjudged the Best Promising International Actress at the Papyrus Magazine Screen Actors Award (PAMSAA) held in Nigeria two years ago.
Some of the movies she has featured in include Passion and Soul, The Will, Seduction, No Apology, Purple Rose, Crazy, Five Brides, Happy Death Day and Family Album.